Yemen’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Hisham Sharaf, has said that there will likely be “a great change in the diplomatic aspect towards Sana’a.”
Regarding the statements made by the US State Department regarding Yemen, Sharaf said: “The US interests are the ones that govern the decision of the Saudi-led coalition whether or not to stop the aggression on Yemen,” adding that “the continuation of the warplanes bombing Yemeni lands does not reflect the sincerity of intentions towards peace.”
Sharaf also affirmed that the Yemeni position is firm, and the international bodies and the United Nations have been informed of there position.
“The attempts by Antony John Blinken, the US Secretary of State, and its special envoy for Yemen, Timothy Lenderking, to delude the world into thinking that Sana’a is trying to complicate the path to peace are miserable,” the minister said.
Sharaf pointed out that the support provided by the coalition warplanes to al-Qaeda members in Bayda is evidence of the grayness of the American standards in dealing with terrorism.